How did KASS call letters get approved by the FCC?
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    How did KASS call letters get approved by the FCC?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Miles917 View Post
    You sure it doesn't mean Mama Cass?

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    According to Radio-Locator the station is in Casper, WY, so there mat be a connection to that.

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    I guess they were approved by the same guy who approved KLIT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PirateJohnny View Post
    I guess they were approved by the same guy who approved KLIT.
    K-LIT in LA was always written with a hyphen. There was a rather frequent "abduction" of the hyphen from the raised metal letters on the front of the building on Sunset Boulevard, followed by an unpleasant scene performed as a soliloquy by the manager.

    A new hyphen would be ordered. It would eventually be taken.

    On the air, it was Kay-lite. The legal ID was "Kay.... El Eye Tee... Kay Lite."

    They wanted to be "lite" so badly that they created their own Rocky Horror Show of Radio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post

    K-LIT in LA was always written with a hyphen.
    Of course now those call letters are used by a Spanish Christian station in Texas. No hyphen.

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    no different than the station on the campus of the University of Minnesota at Morris

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    At one point, DFW had a low powered TV station with the KSEX calls while airing (I think) informercials. I couldn't receive the station but I could imagine that it aired informercials for "toys" if you know what I mean (I'm sure not).

    Today the calls are now KBOP. The KSEX calls are now in San Diego.

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    There is no WASS currently licensed. Has any licensed station ever used it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by unclehonkey View Post
    no different than the station on the campus of the University of Minnesota at Morris

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